- Announcement Title NE Java User Group: VMware vFabric GemFire 2-Day Training
Employers are looking for individuals skilled in Distributed Data Grids and Big Data solutions. VMware, the provider of the industry leading GemFire distributed data grid, is offering a two-day training session to help you acquire the skills the get ahead in these areas.Join The New England Java User Group for a 2-day vFabric GemFire hands-on training course that will introduce the basics of GemFire, data regions and operations, distributed cache, advanced features of GemFire, and how to program with GemFire.After this course, you will be able to:- Identify the topologies and explain the architecture of GemFire- Explain the usage of GemFire including how to add, access, update, invalidate and destroy data- Describe the goals and principles of GemFire functionsRegister now for this 2-day course in Cambridge On August 18th through the 19th------------So you don't know anything about GemFire?VMware vFabric GemFire is a distributed data management platform providing dynamic scalability, high performance, and database-like persistence. It blends advanced techniques like replication, partitioning, data-aware routing, and continuous querying to help you achieve unmatched performance plus database-class reliability and Improve operational efficiency with non-disruptive up/down scalability.After this course, you will be able to:• Define GemFire.• Identify the topologies of GemFire.• Explain the architecture of GemFire.• Explain how to install GemFire.• Describe how cache is configured and managed.• Define Regions.• Explain Partitioned Regions.• Define Local Regions.• Explain Partitioned Regions.• Explain Persistent Regions.• Explain the usage of GemFire.• Explain how to add, access, update, invalidate and destroy data.• Describe the procedure of connecting GemFire.• Define Member Discovery.• Describe Peer Discovery.• Explain Client/Server Discovery.• Explain the configuration of locators and multicasts for Peer and Client Discovery.• Explain the configuration of the standalone members of GemFire.• Describe the configuration of Distributed System Management.• Explain the concepts of Local and Remote Caching.• Explain the process of configuring cache.• Describe the Data Serialization implementations.• Describe the Data Serialization requirements.• Define Custom Classes.• Identify the Registering User Defined Types.• Explain exception handling for various GemFire data operations, network operations and configuration operations.• Identify event listeners.• Explain the goals and principles of GemFire functions.• Explain the GemFire functions.• Describe Region Management within caches.• Explain the creation of region attributes and dynamic regions.• Define Object Query Language (OQL).• Define Continuous Querying.• Define Indexing.• Describe Data Eviction.• Describe the Data Expiration configuration process.• Describe Multi-site Caching.• Define Multi-site Topologies.• Describe Load Balancing.• Setting up locators and gemfire cacheserver instances (Don't bother with multicast)• Basic puts and gets with GemFire• Partitioning, Co-Location, and Replication• WAN Gateways• Map-Reduce functions
- Create Date: 2012-06-25 21:42:22 CDT
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